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  • BeautyBar SGV
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  • Al's Cocktails
    8.76 reviews
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  • Master Wong's Foot Clinic
    9.04 reviews
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    8.02 reviews
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Summer brings crowds to Los Angeles, booking up hotels along the coast and restaurants in the city. From September to May the area is less crowded, and the air less smoggy, though you may encounter the hot, dry ... Read more
Santa Ana winds. Headed to the beach? Don't go in June when the 'June Gloom' makes the beaches cold and foggy for most of the morning. The coast is always a bit cooler than inland (head to Santa Monica and not Hollywood if you want a breeze). Whatever time of year you go, however, you can leave your down coat at home.

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Local from West Covina

When you need your Chinese food craving, come to San Gabriel and just walk around Valley!

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Local from Los Angeles

This is a nice city in San Gabriel valley. Lots of good eating place and has historic mission with Spanish. I just like don't overnight parking.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Forget about Chinatown, this one has much better restaurant and shops. This one is central located close to nearby city with high asian population.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

I've lived here since 2009.

CITY: North SG is a pretty nice area. Nice little streets with nice houses. As you go south (towards the 10 fwy) it starts to get worse and worse.

FOOD:
Awesome selection... hmm actually... now that i think about it. Great food is kinda limited here. There are some good chinese and vietnamese places. Can't really think of much more. All of the places that originally popped into my head actually belong to the neighboring cities of Alhambra, Arcadia, etc. However, the strength of the food in the neighboring cities is strong enough to influence my ratings here. Points for just being so close to so many other good eats!

PARKING:
The Good: You won't really find meters here. It's relatively easy to park on the streets anywhere in the city. Great for when you want to host parties.

The Bad: The City does not allow vehicles to be parked on the street between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. without a parking permit.. I see how this rule helps keep the city nice i guess... but EFF U SG for giving me a ticket for parking in front of my OWN house. At least i didn't get TOWED in front of my own house like my friend in OC did lol!

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First to Review

Don't worry kiddies-
If there's a place to get lost- you've stumbled on it right here. The epicenter of authentic chinese cuisine, get ready to eat your way through this little city. Pho, dim sum, shanghainese, seafood, ramen, everything you can think of. Just make sure you have plenty of time to waddle on home.

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Local from Los Angeles, California

Lots of good Asian foood here.

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